LAKE ARROWHEAD – The vehicle belonging to a 25-year-old Cypress woman was found by workers from the Lake Arrowhead water treatment facility at around 7:30 p.m. on Monday but the woman was nowhere to be found. The vehicle was located at the front entrance gate of the facility and it appeared as though her belongings were left inside of the vehicle.
The finding led Cypress Police to make contact with Dhaliwal’s family, who reported seeing her at 1:00 p.m. on Monday afternoon. The family said that Dhaliwal has hiked in the Lake Arrowhead area before, but given her history of depression, they expressed concern.
The finding and information provided have ignited active search and rescue efforts to locate Jasveen Dhaliwal in the North Lake Arrowhead area of the mountains. The search includes a collaborative effort using the San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Aviation Division, Rim Search and Rescue Team and a Sheriff’s K-9 Unit. Search efforts included the use of night vision using FLIR equipment.
There have been potential sightings of Jasveen, all stating she was seen walking in a neighborhood in the Lake Arrowhead area. Dhaliwal is described as an adult, female 5’5, 190lbs with black hair and brown eyes. She was possibly last seen wearing a gray sweater and blue jeans. She did not have a cell phone or hiking supplies with her. Anyone with information on Dhaliwal whereabouts is encouraged to contact the Twin Peaks Sheriff’s Station at 909-336-0600.
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